SAG Awards 2021: The most beautiful jewelry on the virtual carpet

The 2021 SAG Awards was held in an abridged version, it lasted only an hour, the actors’ speech was recorded in advance, and the red carpet was replaced by a feed of photos on social media. We shouldn’t complain though, we would not have got there anyway, but there are definitely positive moments. The online presentation is not only more consonant with the theatricality of the show itself, but also gives an excellent opportunity to demonstrate outfits and jewelry. The images are expressive and deliberate, advantageous thoughtful postures, head position and relaxed hands allow you to enjoy the stones sparkle and various jewelry design.

Helen Mirren’s bright spring look has become one of the most memorable. The 75-year-old actress complemented a red dress with noble gold necklaces, one of which was inlaid with stones to match the outfit, and massive clip-on earrings by David Webb. Carey Mulligan brightened a neutral dress with emerald green mounted in a platinum diamond two-finger ring by Cartier, while Zosia Mamet’s minimalist look contrasted with the Giorgian-era style aesthetics of Signed by Fred Leighton rings.

From the whole abundance of jewelry, there is a tendence which stads out: bright, massive jewelry, more rings, expressive earrings. The changing towards online events, a rarity of meetings is complemented by repetition, volume and visibility of details and accessories, a desire to surprise, impress and experiment. 

Helen Mirren in David Webb. Photo via Instagram @davidwebbjewels

Helen Mirren in David Webb. Photo via Instagram @davidwebbjewels

Carey Mulligan in Cartier. Photo via Instagram @gregwillamsphotography

Zosia Mamet in Fred Leighton. Photo via @leightonjewels

Daisy Ridley in Sophie Bille Brahe. Photo via Instagram @samanthamcmillen_stylist


Anya Taylor Joy in Tiffany. Photo via Instagram @tiffanyandco

Cynthia Erivo in Forevermark. Photo via @jasonbolden

Kerry Washington in Bulgari. Photo via Instagram @luxurylaw

Golda Rosheuvel in Bulgari. Photo via Instagram @azfactory

Emma Corrin in Cartier. Photo via Instagram @christinaebenezer



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